A union boss said Aberdeen airport staff were “rightly recognised” when a last-minute pay offer led to the calling off of “needless” strike action.
As a result a 24-hour strike planned for tomorrow will not go ahead.
A previous 2.8% pay offer was offered on Monday after talks and rejected by a ballot.
The Unite union’s regional co-ordinating officer Tommy Campbell said: “Unite is pleased the dispute with Aberdeen International Airport has now been resolved with all prospective industrial action now being cancelled.
“The company rightly recognised that our members deserved 3%, which was parity with fellow workers at Glasgow airport, returning to the negotiating table with an offer that is acceptable to Unite members.
“As a result, there will be no needless disruption to the airport’s operations and the wider public.
“It is a credit to our union stewards that Unite members supported their position throughout the process leading to a settlement acceptable to all.”
Workers voted for a series of stoppages after 88% of employees rejected two wage offers in the two previous years.
The union said the deal was turned down due to its lack of parity with fellow workers at Glasgow International Airport.
Both hubs are owned by AGS Airports – a partnership between Ferrovial and Macquerie Infrastructure and Real Assets (Mira).
The industrial action could have caused major disruption at the height of the summer season.
Around 170 workers would have taken part, including security and airfield operations, airside services, and firefighters.
An airport spokeswoman, said: “Following further discussions on pay Aberdeen International Airport can confirm Unite have accepted the final proposal.
“We are in a position to confirm that the industrial action proposed by members of the union has been cancelled as a result, ensuring that there will be no disruption to our business partners and passengers.”